Those tired of overcast skies can perk up to a sunny weekend in South Florida.
Friday’s forecast calls for clear and sunny skies throughout the day, with a high of 71 and nightime low of 53, according to the National Weather Service.
And the sun will continue through the next few days. Saturday will be mostly sunny with a high of 72 and a low of 63 in the evening, while Sunday will be partly sunny with a high of 75.
“It’ll be a cooler weekend, but nicer weather is expected,” said Arlena Moses, a metereologist with the National Weather Service.
The drier weather follows two days of heavy rainfall. On Wednesday, tornadoes touched down in North Broward, flipping cars, toppling trees and damaging roofs. On Thursday morning, a brief tornado hit Delray Beach in Palm Beach County, causing damage to a church and powerlines, Miami Herald news partner CBS4 reported.
Miami-Dade has seen less wild weather, but slick roads and minor street flooding slowed traffic in the evening.